Repairs for prime minister's home more than double initial estimate

The National

Repairs for the prime minister's official home are now more than double the initial estimate, according to a third-party review of 24 Sussex. CBC News obtained a report through Access to Information that discovered there's more asbestos in the ceiling and walls than first believed. In 2006 the Auditor General said it would cost $10 million to rebuild the home — this new report pegs the costs now at $26 million

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